My first job was at 18 years old, as an intern at Disney and not long after I was transferred as a full-time employee to ABC ESPN, from the basement I worked with the team in charge of publishing video content for the website. Those were our first steps online.
A few years later, I was recruited by Google to be in charge of YouTube's operations for the Hispanic markets, including US Hispanics, Latin America, and Spain. The mission was complex but clear, help traditional media organizations to use YouTube as their online video platform. These were the first steps and I was by myself, so had to work on technical, legal, marketing, PR, policy, and compliance projects.
Curious by nature, I did not hesitate when I received an offer from CNN to work with them. I traveled the world and was able to also work for multiple affiliates on all continents..
After this fantastic experience, I was in charge of several international projects focused on optimizing resources, especially for multinational organizations, by developing modern and effective structures that reduced costs and increased results.
At Infobae, I expanded the operation of the Argentinean news website to other countries such as Mexico, Colombia, the US, Peru, Chile, and Spain. That expansion led the website to become the #1 news source in Spanish worldwide, measured by unique visitors, page views, and time spent on the site.
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